Cognitive therapy operates on the belief that the way you think affects the way you feel and behave. If a therapist challenges a client's irrational thoughts and replaces them with rational ways of thinking, the client will feel better and behave in ways that promote healthy living. In order to change unhealthy ways of thinking to healthier ones, the client must first recognize unhealthy thoughts. Homework therapy is a form of cognitive therapy.
The most important, positive changes that a client can make in his/her life will occur in their everyday experiences outside of the therapist's…
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